Listing suggests FIFA 22 could be made available to Game Pass Ultimate subs

FIFA 22 could soon be made available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers via the EA Play service.

That’s according to Xbox store listings for the game (spotted by Twitter sleuth IdleSloth), which have been updated to state that the game is now included with EA Play.

At the time of publishing, FIFA 22 does not appear to be accessible via Game Pass on either console or PC. So either the title is set to be added imminently, or the listing could be an error.

If accurate, the addition would coincide with the football game’s appearance in May’s PlayStation Plus line-up, which was announced on Wednesday.

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Electronic Arts has reportedly greenlit the decision to rebrand its FIFA series of games as ‘EA Sports Football Club’, it’s been claimed.

Microsoft recently announced a promotion which will see it gift free PC Game Pass trials to non-members who played some of its biggest 2021 game releases.

Anyone who played Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5 or Age of Empires IV on PC from release until February 28, 2022, is eligible to receive a three-month trial of PC Game Pass.

However, the offer is only valid to those who have never previously been a Game Pass member on Xbox or PC. So users will need to have played purchased copies of the above games, or Halo Infinite’s free-to-play multiplayer mode.